Some good points but I think RVSM will benefit us in other areas. As your flying a corporate rocket, it prolly doesn't concern you as much as airline guys. Imagine I'm stuck at 33,000 getting the snot knocked out of me and I'm too heavy and/or there is a mongo bad ISA deviation that prevents me from climbing to 37,000. My only option is to gut it out or go down to 29,000 and cut in to cont/Captain's add/holding fuel. Now I have the option of only having to climb 2000 feet instead of 4000 feet to find a better ride/winds/deviaton/fill in the blank.
ORD will always be ORD no matter what type of airspace procedures are introduced. Need to bulldoze that place and approach it with a clean sheet approach. Controllers are the only thing that keeps that place functionally working.